Acland Homes’ Stephen Litherland (far right) with Aston Walker’s Nathan Walker (second right) and Davie Aston (far left).
Chloe Shakesby

Hartlepool property developer launches new partnership amid plans to double revenue

A North East property developer has announced that it is launching a new partnership as part of its “ambitious” growth plans.

Acland Homes, based in Hartlepool, has revealed that it has signed a new partnership with Newcastle firm Aston Walker Developments.

The partnership will allow Acland to extend the scope of services it provides, coming as the company announces plans to double its revenues to £2m.

Under the terms of the agreement, Acland Homes, which currently has £12m worth of developments in the pipeline over the next 18 months, will be able to provide extensive construction capabilities, offering a single source design and build service.

Stephen Litherland, managing director of Acland, said: “We are seeing growth on the back of delivering a good quality, bespoke product coupled with strong consumer demand for new homes and the stamp duty holiday.

“Our new partnership with Aston Walker will extend our house building capabilities – they will be our exclusive construction arm. So we very much look forward to developing our relationship with them as we bring forward more developments in the next 12 months.”

Davie Aston, director at Aston Walker said: “We will be assisting Stephen and his colleagues with the construction of new homes in a move that will be beneficial for both companies.

“The fact that we are working together on developments across the region is a real statement of intent by both firms, helping to support the creation of new communities and quality housing where they’re most needed.”

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